The man who was born in Thailand and who grew up in the U.S. spent six years as a contract driver in the Chinese car market, where his passion for Honda began to grow.
“I’ve seen it all,” he said.
“When I first got into Honda, I was a regular customer, but I was still a little hesitant about going into the industry.
I was really hesitant, because Honda was kind of a different kind of brand than BMW or Mercedes.
Honda was still pretty young.
I started at $7,000, and it’s just been going up. “
I was one of the first ones to order a Honda Civic.
I started at $7,000, and it’s just been going up.
That’s when I started getting really comfortable with it.”
He also recalls the excitement and excitement that surrounded him when he first got his first Honda Civic, the S2000, a coupe-like sports car.
The Japanese brand also had a presence in the States, and he credits Honda with helping to shape his career.
In fact, Honda helped him get started.
His Honda S2000 was so popular that it was sold in nearly 2,000 vehicles in the United States.
But the company was also a little less popular in China, which was a country of about 12 million people.
I didn’t understand why there were so many people there, he said, so I started ordering Honda Civic hatchbacks, and that’s when it hit me.
Honda is an American company, and they’re always pushing their cars overseas, and I just started to understand.
He still has a Honda S3000 hatchback, which he bought from an auction house in 2008.
And then he got his hands on a Honda F100 coupe, which is what he drove during the Chinese model years.
It was like the first time I had my first car in China.
There was so much excitement in the air in the market.
I mean, there were people in my family driving there, so it was kind to me.
I always thought Honda would be there, but not in the way that it’s being seen.
After about two years of driving, I got to be like, “OK, this is my car.”
He says he still feels the impact of his Honda experience.
When I got my first Honda, it was just like a dream, he says.
“It was so beautiful.
And it was like I was the first person there.”
Now, he drives a BMW and a Mercedes.
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